A precious collection of Royal Air Force artifacts belonging to a World War Two flying ace have been donated to Uxbridge's Battle of Britain Bunker.

The replacement for Hayes's old bandstand has been defended by the council and its designer after being branded an eyesore and “a waste of money”.

Medieval and Tudor artefacts have been discovered by archaeologists digging at a site in Easctote.

Hillingdon history enthusiasts and residents have been encouraged to attend the unveiling of an historical archive next weekend - at a special summer picnic event.

The tale of a 'dastardly' Elizabethan Lord's execution after his plot against a Countess has been revealed in a new book detailing the history of Eastcote Cricket Club's home grounds.

The rich and intriguing history of Eastcote’s oldest pub – including a murder, a lightning strike and an Old Bailey trial – have been recorded in a new book.

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